Wednesday 30 January 2013

Tissue flower tutorial

A while ago, I shared a card that was finished with a flower made with a tissue. Beate asked if I'd do a tutorial for Splitcoast Stampers on how to make the flower and today's the day it's available for anybody who would like it.

Here's a little peek at the flower and here's the link to Splitcoast if you would like either the step-by-step tutorial or the accompanying video: Facial Tissue Flower tutorial.

It's a wee bit fiddly but really inexpensive and you almost certainly have everything you need already so it won't send you running to the shop (and the inevitable temptation to buy things you didn't actually set out to buy!).

Leave a comment here or on Splitcoast if you have any questions and I'll do my best to answer them!

Materials for the flower
Facial tissue
Memento marker (Angel Pink)
Glue dot covered with nmcrobeads or something else to finish the centre
Strong, sharp scissors

To finish the card
Say It Loud stamp set (Waltzingmouse Stamps)
Tim Holtz Distrress Ink (Bundled Sage)
Versafine ink (Vitntage Sepia)
 M-Bossabilities folder (Flora)
Sewing machine

Thanks for stopping by!


Paula Whittaker said...

looks to have a look at the tute.

Gez Butterworth said...

Wow! That looks beautiful Joanne

LME said...

Very pretty :)

Kath said...

Oh I like that, Joanne. It is very pretty. Thank you for the tutorial.Off to get a tissue!

Kaz said...

That's a beautiful flower Joanne and a fab tutorial x

Kathy said...

Ohhhh how exciting - I've just checked my email and found you on there!

Such a pretty flower and a lovely card - well done Joanne

Karen said...

Fabulous tutorial Joanne for such a pretty flower. I like that its so light x

Effie said...

That looks really pretty.....

Jackie Elwin said...

that looks great - it almost looks edible! like a light fluffy cake.

Deborah said...

That flower is *divine*, Joanne. Off to have a look at the tutoria.

Anonymous said...

Lovely delicate flower Joanne - at the moment all out tissues are being used for sniffles :) Lovely elegant card, do like the sentiment and embossing folder used.
Lynn x

Mole said...

How very effective! Must add this to my list of different ways to make flowers!

toni said...

Very pretty flower. I've gone flower mad lately and have a tutorial on my blog if you have the time. I'll certainly check this one out thank you x